Many a times we come across images on the internet that are difficult to view due various reasons including their size, background color, etc. Croppr is a Chrome extension that enhances the display of a selected image and makes it editable with it’s built-in toolkit. It enables cleansing, rotating, zooming, and flipping images which can also be shared on Twitter and Facebook , or uploaded to Evernote. The standard options Continue Reading →
Microsoft Smart Screen Filter is a feature present in Internet Explorer and other Microsoft products such as the Windows Live Messenger. It is a meant to protect users against web and social engineering threats. This Filter scans links that are accessed in a Windows Live application and opens them in the default browser. One reason that this warning pops up so frequently is because Microsoft reminds its users to protect Continue Reading →
HTML5 is the probable replacement of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), which is the core markup language of the internet. However, HTML5 is still in its initial stage of development and therefore, some websites do not work when HTML5 support is enabled on a browser such as Firefox 4. A common example includes the issues that users are facing with Windows Live Mail due to Firefox Four’s HTML 5 support. HTML5 Continue Reading →
IP Geolocator is a Google Chrome extension that provides the option to instantly locate IPv4 address. Just enter the IP address in the text box and hit OK to find the location. This can be useful for people who wish to locate the geographical location of an IP address, for example, some people keep firewall logs which can be used to check which IPs might be attempting to collect information Continue Reading →
TinEye is an image search engine that provides a reverse lookup for online images. Back in the day it was one of the first search engines of its kind and it pioneered in using image identification technology rather than keywords, metadata or watermarks for effectively locating similar images and related links. TinEye Reverse Image Search is a Chrome extension that provides reverse image lookup functionality from the right-click context menu Continue Reading →
When it comes to Chrome, I have always had an issues with the way it displays numerous settings for managing browser options. The Settings drop-down menu in particular is not the most convenient section for locating and managing essential Chrome options. I find this menu to be unnecessarily convoluted and I believe that there should be a simplified toolbar or drop down menu with the most commonly used Chrome shortcuts Continue Reading →
Online games can be a lot of fun, but they can also pose several dangers to your children if neither you nor your children know how to be safe in an online gaming environment. It’s very easy to stay safe in online games with a few simple tips. 1. Keep a Clean and Secure Computer Viruses and spyware can be acquired through online games through various means. Another player could Continue Reading →
Virtual offices are great examples of just how much the Digital Revolution has changed the world. From our healthcare system to our entertainment media, digital technology has changed nearly every aspect of the modern human life. We use computers to learn, to research, to entertain, and to heal.
Every business that is getting ready to announce the world its existence, i.e. to start being present and visible online should be aware of all the advantages of such a movement, but also of all the dangers and inconveniences that might await you there. It is especially important for people who are not on the same wavelength with the modern technology that they ask for advice and think twice before Continue Reading →
The point of every website is to sell something; if not in a direct way, through straightforward sell-buy relation, then later. Even those people who write blogs on their everyday routines and their opinions of the world and society have some sort of a tendency to sell something. If not for money, then for attention they receive.